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mathkama
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anyone has test stand 2010 tutorial?

IF anyone has tutorial on development in Test Stand please forward it to me...

i have a sequence file which calls some Vis and Subsequences. I am new to Test Stand and cannot understand the exact flow...

Can anyone help???

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Rodéric
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Re : anyone has test stand 2010 tutorial?

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\National Instruments\TestStand 2010\Tutorial

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\National Instruments\TestStand 2010\Examples

C:\Program Files\National Instruments\TestStand 2010\Doc\Manuals

 

 

those documents will help you getting started they all come up with the installation.

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mathkama
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Re : anyone has test stand 2010 tutorial?

Thank you for the link....

But i was actually expecting some power point presentation or a Word doc which can help me out..(Not the user manual by NI)

Bcoz i dont have much time to study them.. Also i m a bit scared of opening the examples directly...

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RayFarmer
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Re : anyone has test stand 2010 tutorial?

Check out the web demos at www.ni.com\teststand\demos\

 

 

 

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Ray Farmer
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tom.drake
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Re : anyone has test stand 2010 tutorial?

The System and Architecture Overview Card included with TestStand has a visual overview of the TestStand environment, features, and execution flow. 

 

http://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/373457c.pdf

Tom
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Norbert_B
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Re : anyone has test stand 2010 tutorial?


mathkama wrote:
[...]Bcoz i dont have much time to study them.. [...]

Well, this is a dilemma.

TestStand is a tool, which requires some knowledge for proper usage.

It's no programming language, but if you need every detail TestStand supplies, gaining the knowledge is comparable to programming languages. The very basics on using TestStand to simply configure test is of course more simple, but need some study as well.

 

So your remark sounds a little like "i want to drive a car, but i have no time to learn it.".

Experience shows, that if you do not take your time to learn things properly, you will create solutions which are not easy to maintain.

 

So, take your time, make sure that you understand the basic principles of TestStand before creating test routines for your UUTs.

 

thanks,

Norbert

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